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in the left-hand part of the stage, our former mayor willie brown who is here. [ applause ] all right. now, would you... thank you. so now, i want to introduce the city's park champion and chief and of course he shares our vision for making our parks, better cleaner, safer and more fun. he also loves to be in our parks and loves sports and he loves to play and pretty darn good at a game of ping-pong among other activities let's give a big san francisco welcome to our mayor, mayor ed lee. >> thank you, phil. how about another round of applause for phil. >> i am so happy to join you with the supervisors and sean thank you again for all of those wonderful years that you have served the city thank you very much for being here. to all of the other supervisors, scott weiner and mark ferrel, thank you for your leadership on infrastructure and open space and parks and on supporting families in this city and to the hardest, most effective commission rec and park commission, thank you very much. all of your leadership there. but there is many other people to thank, we have got a lot of things to be
charges of money laundering for the nation of iran and mexican drug cartels. >> suarez: jeffrey brown profiles chinese artist and dissident ai wei wei, whose work is on exhibit in the u.s. for the first time. >> if we can change ourselves, that means part of society will change. if more people can do so, then we can change the society. >> woodruff: and we look at what the federal trade commission calls a "digital danger zone," mobile applications that gather data about children. >> what needs to be done is a way for parents to easily at any time see exactly what's being collected and who they are sharing that information with. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcast
the machine there or not. i think you should just continue. >> good afternoon, supervisors, mary brown, planning department staff to present the proposed designation for sam jordan's bar as an individual poland lark under article 10 of the planning code. at the request of the land owner the project was added to the land mark work program in 2011. at both the june and july hearing the historic commission voted unanimously in favor of the building based on its historical significance. to summarize, the build is significant for its association with the life of a person significant in our past. it is a physical location and geographic locus of the life work of sam jordan. jordan was a prominent business, political, social and cultural leader in the bayview neighborhood through the middle decades of the 20th century. sam jordan's support of african american entrepreneurship, civil rights and political involvement began before 1958 when he took ownership of the bar and remained constant until his death in 2003. his influence extended far beyond the neighborhood to include the larger sphe
unable to be here to respond, but i do believe that valley brown may be returning to work in district 5 office or at least that's the rumor. if that's the case then hopefully she'll be able to answer some of the questions that might come up today and that will definitely forward to her. also redevelopment agency certainly there's been a lot of really bad history in the western addition over the decades and accountability is something i think people would really like to see, so i am not sure how we necessarily achieve that other than continuing to kind of have to informational hearings and for people to continue to ask questions, which we will then again forward to redevelopment personnel to moewd and to the oversight board. but i believe that before supervisor mercurini left, he did request a audit and we will find out what the status of that is. there were a lot of questions around $800,000 and we will find out about that and make sure member s of the public receive, but we didn't want to leave without having an opportunity for members of the public to put concerns or questions on th
brent charge charged with intoxication manslaughter after his passenger and teammate jerry brown was killed in a car crash outside of dallas on saturday. police say brent was speeding when the vehicle hit a curb and flipped. he is out of jail now after posting $500,000 bail. >> do you have anything you want to say to jerry brown's family? >> jerry brown is my dear best friend. i'm just trying to deal with his death right now. >> kimberly: i can only imagine. the fact it comes days after kansas city chief jovan belcher killed his girlfriend and then himself. the new video shows cops confronting him before the shooting. belcher was reportedly out drinking that night and brent's arrest is the 15th player arrested for suspicion of dui. it's a problem. what should the n.f.l. do about it? that's the discussion over the weekend. people have strong opinions about this. thinking there should be curfews imposed and device on vehicles. host of ideas to combat the problem. >> eric: this may sound callous, but i don't think there is a problem. the n.f.l. offers a service that has is fantastic
an immense amount of time together, and they were close. >> joining me now is jerry brown's mother and his grandmother. welcome both to you. first, let me offer you my deepest condolences on this devastating loss to you and your family. it's every mother's nightmare, stacey. how are you bearing up with it? >> my faith. knowing that jerry's in good hands now with god and the strong faith that i have, knowing that i'll see him again one day. >> how did you hear the news? >> the police officer was trying to locate me for four hours, and finally got my telephone number from someone and called me while i was at work, which he didn't know i was at work. i just wanted him to tell me what was wrong. and he told me that my son was killed this morning, saturday morning, at 2:00 something in dallas, texas, in a car crash. >> when you heard that alcohol may have played a contributing factor, were you angry? you obviously know the man who is accused as well. he's been a friend of your late son for a very long time. how did you feel? >> well, i was upset, but i realized, you know, our youth today are yo
is nancy keenan, president of pro-choice america and michigan state representative lisa brown. this summer she made national headlines for speaking out against the gop bills attacking women's rights. thank you both for being with me tonight. >> thank you, reverend. >> let me start with you -- >> thank you. >> let me start with you, senator brown. michigan and abortion providers, 83% of michigan counties have no abortion providers. this is unthinkable in many places. >> yeah. michigan, you know, is a very diverse state. we have many rural areas. the legislation that the republicans are trying to push through makes it even harder for women to have access to health care. when we close clinics, we're not just talking about abortion services. you're talking about preventive health care services like cervical screenings and pap smears and things like that. preventive health care. it's unbelievable the restrictive legislation that is trying to be pushed forth. it's in lame duck. we saw what happened in the elections, and they said the clock is ticking on the amount of time that we have control. w
consider impairment devices for players cars after jerry brown's drunk driving death. would it set a dangerous precedent for employer's control over workers lives elsewhere? piles of money coming up. ♪ . melissa: turning now to some stunning news in egypt. despite the bloodshed and chaos in the streets of cairo the u.s. is giving the egyptian government 20 f-16 fighter jets. the first four, which will be delivered in just six weeks. it is part of a billion dollar military aid package that was brokered with former egyptian president hosni mubarak back in 2010. but mubarak is gone and president mohammed morsi is clearly playing a different and dangerous game. given the current situation protesters are storming the palace. more than a dozen dead. hundreds are injured. why on earth are we handing over 20 advanced fighter jets to a regime we don't exactly trust? we have a money power panel, mideast experts to explain. mike barrett, diligent consulting firm. judy miller from the manhattan institute. a fox news contributor. michael rubin, a resident scholar at the american enterprise in
sauce sprinkles her on their eggs. i am here with patti ann browne. see what i did there? and if hilarity was a bridge tournament many would enter him. actor, writer and comedian, that is three things, michael ian black, three names. he is the co author of america, you sexy bleep. and our new york times cory correspondent. go good to see you, irch p. pinch. >> and how it has had an affect on marine mammals. specifically the blue whale population, said one exclusive to the times. >> make it stop. >> i am paraphrasing, of course. greg, still on screen. i believe they call this a two fer. >> >> on sunday night, a day of the week, president obama greeted psy at the annual christmas in washington concert, if that is his real name amid controversy over the anti-american sentiments. he is now known for hiking gangnam style, but huey was once filled with bile. he said "kill those f-ing yankees killing the captives" he has since apologized saying it was part of a deep emotional reaction. he made sure to praise the sacrifice of the troops in a short speech. he engs inked others, bu
decline will be traced to a stubborn refuse where black, brown, female and gay people count. the great civilization is not concurred from without until it has destroyed its from within. who said that? >> [ inaudible ]. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no [ inaudible ] from a lost civilization. lots to get to. it's hard to tell what is happening. it seems like no progress thus far. >> nobody is talk about what they are talking about behind closed doors. >> stephanie: right. we speculated yesterday, the president is enduring a fog of spittel and bronzer -- [ mumbling ] >> it's not a tavern. >> stephanie: wouldn't that be something. >> yeah. >> stephanie: eight teen minutes after the hour. kids go to meeting essential for your business to be successful or mediocre like ours. >> well -- >> stephanie: still have to have meetings. i recommending go to meeting. it allows you to share the same screen making it easier to be on the same page at the same time. you can share whatever it is launch or join a meeting from anywhere using your computer smartphone tablet you can run the meetin
after a fiery car crash his teammate jerry brown. who was a passenger in brent's car. >> it appears as if he was traveling at a high rate of speed, at which time his vehicle touched or impacted the outside curb of the surface road causing the vehicle to flip at least one >> >> time. irving, texas police say the car traveled about 900 feet after hitting the curb. they arrested the 24-year old brent on suspicion of intoxication manslaughter. >> of our officers on scene felt as if alcohol was a contributing factor in the accident. dallas cowboys head coach jason garrett says brown's death is taking an emotional toll on the team. >> we lost a 25-year-old man who had his whole life in front of him, a teammate, a friend and it's a real tragedy >> is also a very difficult time for brent as well. >> josh and jerry were really close, they were close in college in illinois and there was no one more excited in our organization when we signed jerry brown, josh was jumping up and down. brent pleaded guilty to a d-u-i charge back in 2009, according to court records in champaign, illinois. he wa
our roots. and i am talking about sfsuc. at one time this was just a water department. here mr. brown and mr. helman and a few others decided to make this an enterprise department. now that it's an enterprise department and i know that mr. moran is looking at me with big eyes, and that's rightly so. now that this is an enterprise department we need some sense about our assets. so i was at the last meeting, and i missed the first portion where (inaudible) and i was there in the succession portion with lafco, and i strongly feel that hetch hetchy was taken, and all the mandates laid down in the regular act, which people do not want to read. which we should read. are to focus on hydroelectricity. and how much of that can we increase to bring here to the city. we are not paying attention to it. we are like arbitrarily thinking if they pay us something, we can be content. we need to revisit that. now i don't know if you have visited our toilets. at long last they have what is called water flows that are going to save us millions of gallons of water. this is in our great city hall in the ye
. >> . >> soul? >> stephen: you could probably play james brown. you're the premiere performance capture artist. what's the difference between performance capture and motion capture? >> performance capture is the later iteration if you like. you may use that word. motion capture is basically what you used back in the day with video games where you have a martial artist. >> stephen: ping-pong becauses. >> performance capture is basically capturing the entire performance in one hit. we can be doing a scene hereby the live action camera is filming you, and a head-mounted camera captures the entire performance in one hit. you don't have to go back and repeat anything. it's just another way of recording an actor's performance. >> stephen: when we were in new zealand last year on set for the hobit, i went over-- mr. jackson showed me a little cut of the film and we have a clip to show the audience. it's part of the riddle theme. i saw this with just you. and then i saw it, and it's all you. i saw-- >> it is not all me. >> stephen: it is, it's all you. it's extraordinary. jim, show him what i'm tal
authority. governor brown is as committed a governor as we have in the country to this project which, obviously, is very important, but we also have a very committed assembly in california that had to take a vote to sell the bonds. and both the house and senate in california voted for this project. you all know they represent the people in california in the assembly in sacramento. so at the very top leadership in california, we have the people supporting this that we need to support it. and we also have several companies talking with the governor and his staff and the high-speed rail authority about investing in california. we know that, we know that this project cannot or will not be built with total federal dollars. we don't have enough money here to do that -- >> well, that's part of -- >> we need private investment. >> well, that's what i'm trying to lead towards. it appears that there's a commitment -- well, there is a commitment, you've already committed 39% of the $10 billion which should be sufficient from a federal standpoint for this first leg. the first leg is sort of the
of the crash that killed the dallas cowboys jerry brown is now speaking out. she claims brown's teammate, josh brent, is no hero. she says brent, who was arrested on suspicion of intoxication, manslaughter initially did nothing to help. more now from wfaa reporter jason whitley. >> reporter: stacy mcwilliams says she came forward to set the record straight about josh brent. >> he wasn't a hero. and he wasn't trying to help this man. this was after the police showed up. >> reporter: mcwilliams tells us that she was one of two people to drive up to the mercedes minutes after the crash. >> i'm like, are you all right? are you okay? and he's like, yeah, i'm okay and the lady in the car said, yeah, i already called 911. and then the car caught fire and she looked to him for help. i said, is there somebody in the car? and he was like, yeah. >> reporter: you could see the smoke rising off of the car from the cell phone picture that mcwilliams took. >> reporter: what might be one of the only images of the wreck that night. >> and i said, get him out of the car. you can't just stand here and watch this
carnegie hall, central park, and a major shopping district. as terrell brown reports, it all happened with no warning. >> reporter: witnesses describe the killing as a cold-blooded execution. >> one loud shot. we were all standing here, and we were all scared to death. we looked down the block, we saw the guy on the floor. >> reporter: at around 2:00 p.m. on tuesday, this busy intersection in midtown came to a standstill when the gunman wearing a dark coat and hooded sweatshirt came up behind 31-year-old brandon lincoln woodard who police say was visiting new york from los angeles. investigators believe the gunman fired what appeared to be a silver semiautomatic pistol. the bullet struck woodard in the head. >> when i seen him, i seen blood coming out of the face. >> reporter: delivery truck driver david mirambeau was steps away when the shooting occurred. >> he wasn't there right away. he was still shaking and -- that's when i called the cops. >> reporter: after killing woodard, the gunman calmly walked toward an awaiting getaway vehicle, got in, and drove off, quickly blending into
't materialized. jerry brown said heewould create 500,000 new green jobs the next ten years, so far it's roughly been about 3,000 per year and at that rate jerry willful fill the promise in let's say 167 years. stuart: 3000 green energy jobs per year, that's all california has got. that's a very low number and one of the problems, they're investigating the money and i think the state of california said last year, 59 million went into green jobs and training and apprenticeships and 719 jobs actually placed and that's an investment for the taxpayer roughly $83,000 per job and doesn't seem like a good roi to me. >> do the jobs go away? and once you've installed so already panels. once you've installed them, i guess, that green job, basically goes away, doesn't it? >> it's the equivalent of being the maytag repairman for green energy. once you've installed them they are he' expected to last, 20 or 30 years, and you talked about unintended consequences and i think that the overestimates on this are telling california we may be too green to fail. stuart: now, what about this mandate? the energy compan
seen riding a bike around 9:00 p.m. he is described as five eight, 160 pounds wrk brown hair, and blue eyes. anyone with information about him is asked to call the contra costa county sheriff's office. >> quick thinking saved two men after a truck hit akróx powr bowl then burst into flames. the men jumped from this truck. it happened around 3:30 this morning in front of the county juvenile hall. >> it's exciting for the camp here, tires are exploding.7f;h and a lot of noise. they did evacuate part of%f$=: e camp. 35 juveniles moved to another facility. >> firefighters let the truck burn and had to wait for pg&e to arrive to deactivate power line autos city officials are preparing to host the last in a series of four meetings on the hiring of a new police chief. chris moore will be stepping down after serving he is than8ly two years in the post before suddenly announced retirement. the goal of the meetings? gain public input. the debate over hiring an previous meetings. >> crab boat skippers meeting with the owners association in san francisco to discuss a dispute over the price of cra
to school or wanting c unspeeblg speekable. >> gordon brown says she would be a worthy recipient of the nobel peace prize. her calls to educate all girls got attention of washington-based vital voices, which promotes extraordinary women, and girls around the world. >> we first heard about the attack we were outraged. ét, her leadership and voice. >> vital voices reached out and one of them is megan smith. estimated 32 million girls around the world don't have access to an education. >> this is wasting the talent of the country. it's one of the greatest challenges. >> together, they created the malala fund, it will be up to malala, her father and a small board to decide how to use the funds. she has inspired many young people. >> i have a right to sing, talk, i have the right to go to market. that song written by 12-year-old samantha martin in honor of malala. her father e mailed samantha say we want the song and i could not control my tears. proceeds from the video will go to the malala fund. >> and we told you megan smith is with googlewu1l÷ x. a top secret lab developing new
to a state office building. >> this was an old eight-story brown building the state owned and the workers' comp people were in that building. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san franci
wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] go from zero to pizza in just 60 seconds with totino's pizza rolls and grab a bite of snack-defying, satisfying... because pizza...never...misses. it's on. let's roll. ♪ >>> getting gifts for your family, all of your family including your crazy right-wing uncle. you love him, you probably have to, but his rants and emails make rush limbaugh seem sane in comparison. so what do you get him? we could say buy him a car elevator a one-way ticket to canada, but that seems like rubbing it? . so in the interest of mending fences, here are some real gifts for your uncle. the president obama punching bag. better to let him let out his anger on something inflatable. and this tea shirt sa theying does this concealed weapon make me look fat? and what about something for the fruities in your family. this hillary clinton nutcracker and bill clinton corkscrew se
toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. [ female announcer ] go from zero to pizza in just 60 seconds with totino's pizza rolls and grab a bite of snack-defying, satisfying... because pizza...never...misses. it's on. let's roll. >> woman who spent 6 days stranded in the sierra snow she had a feeling when the boyfriend left the jeep in search of help that she would never see him again alive and sadly she was right n.a 911 recording obtained today we hear the reaction just after she was found by her brother. reporter george warren has the story. >>reporter: the evening inn keeper at sorenson resort made the 911 phone call last wednesday that ended the mystery of the missing couple. >> okay is anybody else awhich are of this or is this the first time you are reporting this. >> first report came flying in through the restaurant. >> okay perfect. >>reporter: 6 days after her boyfriend jeep got stuck on a snowy road miles beyond a barricade paula lane was found by her brother gary who was acting on a hun
>>> good morning, everybody, good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. today michigan lawmakers are expected to begin casting the final votes on legislation critics say will be a major blow to organized labor. the right-to-work debate is expected to draw large protests at the state capitol. governor rick snyder in a reversal says he will sign the bill into law as soon as it hits his desk. in michigan yesterday, president obama said the law was politically driven. susan mcginnis is in washington with details. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, the governor now says he wants the economic boost that the law would bring, the jobs and the companies that would locate there, but many disagree. workers say it's going to push down their pay and benefits and weaken unions. police stand shoulder to shoulder preparing for as many as 10,000 protesters at the michigan state capitol today. >> people have a constitutional right to demonstrate. however, all we ask is that they do it in an orderly, lawful, and civil manner. >> reporter: state legislators vote this morning on a right-to-work
city center christmas spectacular. brown and the top three is bundy beach in australia where a summer kicks off on december 1st for all the surfers and sunbathers out there. >> of the just and that bieber is coming back to the bay area. he'd just performed a sold-out show the oracle read an oakland and early got sober. he will perform june 26th at age people billion in san jose. tickets go on sale friday. and on time sale and to get prices are not available at this time. beaver is supporting his third studio album believe would stop the charge of around the globe after being released in june. >> we're watching several developing stories of. at fire stations closing in the east bay. stocks continued rises morning with more help expected from the federal reserve. no deal appears to be in sight in washington on the fiscal cliff. what's and a logo? a new logo that is sparking outrage. we will be back with a bit more in just a couple of minutes. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. y
, and as much as feasible consistent with the brown act, etc. and this is one of the most perhaps, the most important decision that is transportation authority makes in hiring, an executive director. and so, i want to make sure that it is very inclusive process for the members of this authority. >> thank you. >> and what i would say is that i would think that it is... there is something wrong with actually commissioner chu? >> thank you, i just want to echo my support for supervisor weiner's comments. i think that it is great to be able to have the personnel committee meet to be able to go through some of the piece and kind of bring perhaps, a set of ideas to us. but i think that it is very important for our members of the commission, even the folks who are not on the committees to be able to play an active role in the structure of how it is that we go forward and engage in a process to a higher new director and i think that as supervisor chu mentioned what the structure of this body should look like, what the current structure works? do we think that we could do it differently? >> i think
. congressman bud brown and joyce brown and his father, clarence brown, who also served in the united states congress. the list gos on and on. the -- to follow these great leaders, to have the opportunity to serve behind my mentors, has been a great honor. you know, i often will walk, when i'm here in washington, walk through the halls of the capitol at night when there's very few people around. i can tell you the history, the tradition, the integrity of this capitol is still there. and it speaks to you at night. often as i walk through the halls of the capitol or traveling throughout the district, folks will come up to me and remind me that when one door closes, another opens. and that god has a plan for all of us. as i begin the next chapter of my life with my wife of 26 years, eileen, and our three boys, brian, kevin and eric, i want to take this great experience, the knowledge, the memories from here in congress with me in the future. and i always will remember the advice my father gave to me when i first ran for my first office nearly 25 years ago, local precinct, county central committ
to him today. he feels pretty good. >> griffin has not been ruled on on sunday's game against brown but if he can't go, they'll go back to kirk cousins from michigan state who will be making his possible first start. >>> now to cincinnati, fans come for the football and stay for the wildlife encounter. this brave samaritan actually scooped up the raccoon who was loose in the stands. he calmly walked him out of the section and out of harm's way. the man had to understood go raby's treatment after suffering a bite from the raccoon. barnacle. what's that like, those injections? >> they're painful and they take a long time to recover. but in my case, they give it to the raccoon. >> nice. foaming from the mouth barnacle. >>> turning to the nba, bizarre moment. the trail blazers make a harmless free throw. okay. give it back to the ref. no, no. amir johnson, give it back to the ref. well, that got him thrown out of the game. johnson then stalks the ref, restrained by teammates, and then you saw that? he actually threw his mouthpiece at the official. hit him in the back. that's a fine. sus
name's colby kilty. >> hello, gorgeous family. tell me your names. >> charisse brown. tamara brown. >> nice to meet you all. here's a couple of things we'd like you to know before you head out the doors this morning. we're going to start with your twitter and facebook pictures that show us what it's like everywhere in the country. wisconsin to florida. a quick look at the southeast. this is where the thunderstorms will light up today, as the cold front drops down in the south. it's likely from orlando all the way to miami. this could have one or two scattered tornadoes popped up in there. make sure you're paying attention to your local abc station. in comes some warmer air that spreads from the west, all the way to the east. this is a cold shot of air in the deep south. that will mi >>> warm coats, warm hearts coat drive. it's time to give you a tally on how you guys are helping us out. we've collected 52,986 coats so far for folks who need them. but we can do so much better. we'll show you how to do it. look at this picture of kathy in illinois. i love this. i love this. kathy, bi
. >>> the dallas cowboys will hold a private memorial for jerry brown today and the team is inviting josh brent to that service. brent is charged with intoxication manslaughter in his teamma teammate's death. the team wants to embrace brent. brown's mother spoke to piers morgan. >> because i know josh brent and he's been part of our family since jerry went to the university of illinois, that's all i can do is pray for him and his family. i know he's hurting just as well as we are, him and jerry were like brothers. >> wow, brent is out on 500,000 bond. >> more news this morning with the stroke of a pen, you might say, they started puffing. pot officially legal in colorado. the governor signing amendment 64 into the state's constitution after voters approved it on election day. people 21 years and older can have one ounce of marijuana. they aren't allowed to have it in public. >>> and lord stanley is weeping. all games canceled through december 31st. >> fans disappearing if there are any left. >> i wasn't surprised when i saw the news. you weren't either. >> bad. a league managing ifrs potself .
apparently not very optimistic at all about the next six months. we brought scott brown into talk about it. this means what works back maybe more the election. many of them are trying to decide whether to pay the penalty or to cover their employees. it really is not clear what impact it will have. the view is certainly negative. connell: have a look at this and that this is something that will hit the economy hard next year? >> it is hard to say. normally, we will look for those firms to account for a lot of job growth and expansion. we may see some softer job numbers in 2014. connell: that is what this is all about. the idea of confidence. a way to make the most of the tough situation. >> i think that is what is coming through. ultimately, it is really about the demand for the goods and services they produce. connell: is there strengthening their clocks back. >> once we get through this fiscal cliff certainty, i think the prospects are a bit better. i think the fundamentals are gradually improving. you have some weakness in the rest of the world, which is not helpful. you have state and l
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higher. i feel the same about brown forman but my favorite is diageo. let's go to michelle in florida. >> caller: jim, i look forward to your show every week night, it's enlightening and energizing. i have noticed that retail sales are up in china almost 15% and i would love to hear your thoughts about retail stocks that have exposure in china such as tiffany. >> i'm not a big fan of tiffany. that stock has been a very, very difficult stock. i do think that you want to look at pvh because of the warm weather in america, but after they bought calvin klein, that's the one i think you ought to look at. let it come in, warm weather is going to cause everybody to have jitters. i wish we could forget about politics. i'd love to discuss decker's or coach. until we get a deal, it's bad news for the market. even for cheap stock like apple. "mad money" will be right back. >>> high on biotech. medical innovations continue to help us. tonight, two companies with breakthrough products that are leading the charge. cramer is talking to the ceos of immunogen and seattle genetics, just ahead. and late
, the rhode island stuff and all the charlie brown getting thrown under the bus in arkansas. you don't see these stories on any of the morning programs, "good morning america", the "today" show. why don't you see them? because you know, they're pretty interesting stories one way or the other. >> yeah. i think that's a good way to put it, one way or the other they're interesting stories. now, let me - it in ten seconds. first let me say i don't observe christmas, but i have no problem with people saying merry christmas. i do think as of a business --m a capitalist, so if a business wants to tell its employees to say happy holidays, that's their business. i don't have a problem with that. while i don't believe that the baby jesus in a public square is going to bring down the republic, i think there are legitimate constitutional issues. from a strictly journalistic point of view, it's interesting when the governor of a state in this country calls it a holiday tree which come on, that's just silly, and won't call it a christmas tree. now, 11 months ago the "new york times" did a story on this
the cleveland browns this weekend. >> there is something that scarred he loves more than scoring. have you ever thought about something called donkey cheese? they bought a donkey farm in serbia and the entire supply over the year. he plans to use the cheese in his restaurant. >> i love cheese but donkey cheese? >> president obama promised obamacare would save us money? why would it cost every single american 65 more dollars. not a heck of a a lot more. >> now you see them now you don't. amazing technology that would make soldiers invisible. >> 18 minutes before the hour. here's a complete look at headline this is morning. the antenna that will top 1 world trade center making it a whopping 7,776 feet tall is heading to the new home. it is a 408 foot tower that will leave from peer 5 in now ark new jersey a few hours from now it will head to new york city. it will be placed on top of the tower tomorrow. the boor still uneligible for medicaid. nearly half of financial advisors told got this request from clients. they say they are seeing more clients who want to give away their money to their kids
't record your naked body. i just record man, 40-year-old, brown hair, short. >> bob: what scares me is google and amazon.com. they are tailor the individual ads. for example, in both kimberly and andrea's position they have shoe ads the experience on amazon and google. >> dana: yeah. >> andrea: yeah. >> dana: also, there is a website i visit a lot and they do that. i visited one -- a website -- visited the company of a website. whatever. website company to get customize jeans and they would make them for you. but i'm really short. i get the custom fit jeans. i went on the website and i got jeans from them. it didn't like them. it sent them back. every time i went on the website to get my news this company would pop up. >> andrea: don't you think that is scary they read the e-mails. so the minute they find out you are single you get match.com. you had viagra ads or something? >> bob: i get them all the time. do you know that eric has a pair -- folks out there, watching. >> eric: this is b.s. >> bob: he bought a pair of jeans for $420 that are rippe ripped. >> eric: diesel jeans. they
, cowboy's linebacker jerry brown jr. died in a crash that police suspect was fueled by alcohol. the driver, brown's teammate, josh brent was jailed for it. brown's mother also shared her feelings with piers morgan last night. take a listen to this. >> i was upset, but i realized, you know, our youth today are young and stupid and we was all once that age and we done things that we are not proud of. so i realize everyone think they're invisible and think it's not going to happen to me. so because i know josh brent and he's been part of our family since jerry within the to the university of illinois, that's all i can do is pray for him and his family, because i know he's hurting just as well as we are, because him and jerry was like brothers. >> tragedy all around. what's being done for the nfl to help players make the right decisions, concerning drinking and drugs? >> look, it will nfl really has tried to do so much, as has the nfl players' association, but there's only so much you can do for young, wealthy players who sometimes can make irresponsible decisions, like a lot of people in soci
. this year you have the governor of the state of california, brown, sign the executive order requiring that every new home built in 2014 have a roof capable of holding a solar panel. he signed another executive order requiring every state company that has a company of 10,000 square foot or more in building be required to supply with a zero footprint their own energy source being solar or wind by the year 2025. driving through california, past a company. they have their own windmill and their own solar panel for their own power supply. it's absolutely ridiculous and outrageous. that's why you see people leaving. >> it costs a fortune. this stuff costs a fortune. carbon tax, michael reagan. california has gone for a carbon tax. there may be a federal carbon tax. part of president obama's agenda is possibly to institute a carbon tax because of his dream of green energy and because he needs the money. cal would be doubling up there, too. twice on the carbon tax. >> everything's doubling up. the taxes that they just laid on us, retroactive to january 1, 2012. the president wanted to increas
brown. a dui. and while the recent off-field violence was shocking, it's the violence on the field that is prasz a more pressing issue for the league. while there is criticism of the violent and reckless behavior away from the game, let's just be honest, america. we celebrate it on the field. that's what football is all about. as players have become bigger and faster than ever before, we have seen a rise in injuries, particularly concussions. these injuries, some of which have caused lives and the minds of players, literally, have prompted many to say the game has to change. it has to be a lot less dangerous for players. so far, those suggestions have been met with resistance that mo mostly come down to money. the nfl right now is enjoying its highest ratings ever. and they bring in $9
the brown spiral notebook that james holmes sent to his psychiatrist. law enforcement officials took the stand today who came into contact with the notebook when it was covered in the university of colorado mail room. each denied leaking vivid details to foxnews.com reporter johnna winter who broke the story that violent images were scribbled inside. the defense now says that they will espn her. >> shepard: alicia, what's to make of the recent hospital stay by the accused killer? what do we know? >> reporter: all we know is it was a medical emergency. his defense team citing a gag order said they cannot comment. our producer was inside the courtroom and said he did not look banged up from this. reportereportedly he's attempteo harm himself before. holmes' parents were in court today. this is the first time they sat in on the proceedings. however, they did not have anything to say to the media outside. >> shepard: i guess not. aly ialeaseia acuna. thanks. >>> a storm left behind some frigid temperatures. meteorologists report 16 inches of know fell in minneapolis yesterday and while s
in 1886. they have also done the right thing with browned v. board in '54, loving v. virginia in '67. so we're hopeful that they will do the right thing again with the marriage equality cases that they have taken up with doma and prop 8 but also with affirmative action and voting rights act this year. they have an opportunity to really redeem the republican party from their shellacking that they suffered in november as a result of the loss of president obama. if the republican appointed justices err on the side of equality and equality before the law, equality under the law, something decided long ago when we rats fid the 13th amendment to the constitution 147 years ago, then we will be well on our way to having a society that we can debate ideas and no longer debating basic fairness. >> paris, quickly, do you feel an extra sense of burden to the fact that as role models now, to young african-american men, that you have to help break stereotypes of masculinity within the african-american community where many men feel like they have to be on the down low? >> yes. i mean, ravi and i are tw
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